The Parmesan Crisps from Savoritz at Aldi are a simple and delicious snack made with pure Parmesan cheese. These crisps are a classic low carb snack that are highly satisfying with a rich, deep savory flavor.
These crisps are great when you eat them straight from the bag but they are also delightful when:
- Used as a low carb substitute for croutons on a salad.
- Included on a charcuterie platter.
- Added to a bowl of hot tomato soup.
Parmesan Crisps Nutrition and Ingredients
Let’s take a closer look at what you get with this bag snacks.
You get 2.11 ounces of cheese crisps per package. About 19 chips are considered a serving and there are about two servings per bag.
The nutritional facts for a single serving are:
- Calories: 160
- Fat: 11g (14% DV)
- Cholesterol: 35mg (12% DV)
- Sodium: 370mg (16% DV)
- Carbohydrates: 1g (1% DV)
- Protein: 13g
This is not a low calorie snack but is keto friendly.
The Crisps have the following ingredients:
- Parmesan Cheese
That’s it. Nothing else.
No fillers or extenders…just tasty cheese!
How do Aldi’s Parmesan Crisps Taste?
These snacks are highly satisfying to munch on.
They have a great crunch followed by the salty, nutty flavor of aged Parmesan.
The texture of these crisps is more puffy and open than I have seen on other similar crisps, almost like puffed rice. The texture makes me think that they would be extra good in a hot soup where they could really soak up the flavors.
Basically what you are getting with these snacks is a blast of concentrated Parmesan cheese.
If you like the salty, nutty and savory flavor of Parmesan then you are going to love these crisps.
It cost me $2.99 to buy the 2.11 ounce package of crisps at Aldi which works out to a cost of $1.5 per ounce.
If you have a Costco membership then you can buy a larger bag of an equivalent product, Parmesan Whisps, for $0.946 per ounce. You can also buy the Parm Crisps Everything at Costco for $0.94 per ounce.
You can buy a 2.12 ounce package of the whisps at Target for $3.69 which works out to a price of $1.74 per ounce.
From a value standpoint you get a better deal at Aldi than you do at Target but you will get the most savings when you buy a larger package at Costco.